He's wonderful, He's the one who told me I had cancer. When I had a lump that wasn't showing on a mammogram, my doc up here said wait, it's probably nothing, but I went to Dr. Feldman. The NYC blackout happened the day before my appointment, and I couldn't reach them that Friday, the day of my appointment. That Sunday, I got a call from his office, saying they could squeeze me in Monday, but that he was leaving for Japan the next day so I hightailed it there with my mom. In the morning, he did a needle biopsy, and then told me to wait until after lunch, and come back,because he was leaving for Japan, and he wanted me to have an answer so I could make decisions instead of waiting. He got the lab done STAT, and told me the results that day. It was wonderful service, even though it wasn't the answer I wanted.
He did a lumpectomy and sentinal node biopsy, and he put in my port and took it out for me. I go to him for my mammos and check ups. He always squeezes me in if I'm down there, even if I don't have an appointment. He's a very nice man, too.
Dr. Sheldon Feldman
10 Union Square East, Ste. 4E
New York, NY 10003
I go to Westtown, and that's right by Port Jervis. That's right by sussex, no?
Getting together would be nice.
"Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall." -Confucius